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NOVICE Nathan Underhill and Reagan Milburn each scored three goals as the Red Army beat the Warriors, 11 7. Matthew Mariona also scored twice in the victory, and Brady Milburn, Brady Pawlachuk and Devin Benson scored one apiece. Austin Krug was the winning goaltender. Ethan Kaban, with three, Carson Evoy, with two, Justin Vinterlik and Tristen Allen scored for the Warriors, who had Zach Kohorst in goal. Owen Geiger scored twice and Colton Woitas posted the goaltending victory as the Bulldogs beat the Lightning, 8 1. Anthony Guerra, Keegan Leblanc, Tye Kitamura, Declen Fraser, Maxwell Hinkson and Tiegan Petryshen also scored for the ‘Dogs. Caleb Campbell was in goal for the Lightning, which got a goal from Peter Tulk. The Punishers won twice on the weekend, 4 2 over the Shenucks and 5 1 over the Hawks. Michael Baudin, Josh Thom, Nic Read and Sterling Von Dehn scored against the Shenucks, and Joey McKinnon backstopped the victory. Kelly Kosolofski and Kaitlyn Brayer replied for the Shenucks, who had Haley Critch in goal. Ty Turner had three goals for the Punishers against the Hawks, and Lochlan Scholfield and Baudin singled. McKinnon was the winning goaltender. Conlin Erichuk scored for the Hawks. Jagga de la Boergina had three goals and Isaac Bean, Jax Anderson and David Browning singled as the Strikers defeated the Bruins, 6 4. Ryan Sanderson, Reid Zunti, Stephan Pigeon and Bradley Boudreau scored for the Bruins. Goaltender Colton Day helped his Timbits Silvertips to a 7 3 victory over the Salmon Arm Grey Wolves on Sunday to wrap up their trip to the North Okanagan Knights tournament in Enderby. The Silvertips’ four goal outburst in the second period secured the victory. Tyson Galloway scored three times, while Austin Hammond, Brett MacDonald, Braidon Clark and Luke Petrie each added singles. Day earned the Heart and Hustle award for his efforts between the pipes. The victory was all the sweeter after the Silvertips dropped a pair of tournament games Saturday, 14 2 to the Penticton White Snipers and 11 5 to the Kelowna Jr. Jets. Galloway had both Silvertips markers against Penticton, and Zora Keys earned the Heart and Hustle award. Galloway added three more against Kelowna to earn Heart and Hustle honours, with singles coming from Petrie and Clark. Kiel Schriml and Ryan Mitchell also shared goaltending duties on the weekend. Logan Stankoven scored four goals to lead the Canadiens to a 6 5 victory over the Thunder. Jason Carroll and Elias Newport also scored for the Canadiens, while Brendan Hunchak had two assists. Kolby Hay was in goal. The Thunder got goals from Ashton Taylor, Jared Sucro, Andrew Senger, Evan Kissak and Zac Banks. Ryerson Palmer was in goal. PEEWEE TIER 3 The North Kamloops Lions had a pair of league victories over the Salmon Arm Silvertips. The Lions won 4 3 at home on Friday, with Garrett Kellington, Breckin Erichuk, Hunter Dairon and Eric Marasco scoring the goals. Nolan Mongey was the winning goaltender. The Lions went into Salmon Arm and won 6 4 on Sunday. Dairon had two goals, with Kellington, Erichuk, Marasco and Jarrett Daoust singling. Kellington also had two assists in support of winning goaltender Ethan Langenegger. The Tk’emlups Wolves opened their playoff schedule with a 6 4 loss to the visiting Westside Warriors on Friday. Tyson Gayfer, with two, Kordell Primus and Lukas Duckworth scored for the Wolves, who had Dalton Johnston in goal. On Sunday, the Wolves, with Jarrett Larsen in goal, won the second game of the best of three series, 4 1, in Westside. Brendan Roche, Carter Grice, Hunter Klassen and Nathan Thiessen scoerd for the Wolves. FEMALE ATOM The Women’s Masters Hockey HERricanes finished third at a tournament in Penticton. The HERricanes beat the Meadow Ridge Barracudas 3 1 in their opener. MVP Nicole Thomas, Mackenzie Gottfriedson and Natalie Knight scored for Kamloops. Knight scored twice and was the MVP in Kamloops’ second game, a 7 2 loss to the Penticton Ice Dragons. The HERricanes lost 6 1 to the Williams Lake Dangerous Divas. Thomas had the goal and Megan Fraser was the MVP. Kamloops wrapped things up with a 3 2 victory over teh barracudas. Cassidy Stasiuk had a goal and was MVP, with Knight and Gottfriedson also scoring. Fraser also won the shootout competition at the skills competition. BANTAM RECREATION Parker Klassen scored three goals to lead the Scotiabank Saints to a 7 5 victory over the Predators. Tyler Wightman, Damon Redden, Zachary Rachynski and Samm Perrin also scored in the victory. Graham Kemp, with two, Logan Faulkner, Josh Brace and Pacific Thompson scored for the Predators. The Tropics scored a 7 1 victory over the Lucky Sevens on Saturday. Clayton Osborne, with three, Kyle Metz, Justin Devries, Alex Mori and Eric Ball scored for the Tropics, who had Brandon Fuhrer in goal. Reese Lamberton scored his first goal of the season for the Lucky Sevens, who had Vincent Daley in goal. PEEWEE RECREATION Cordell Davidson scored three goals Sunday to help the Scotiabank Predators edge the Brock Auto Centre Rebels, 4 3. Lee McKinnon also scored for the winners, who split their goaltending duties between Colin Clark and Tyson Dmyterko. Josh Olynyk, Grayden Baker and Connor McCoy replied for the Rebels,
who had Scott Poelzer in goal. The Golden Bears got past the Blades 5 4 on Saturday at Memorial Arena. Jordan Devries, with two, Keegan Emsland, Ethan Crawford and Jacob Stewart scored for the winners, while Ryan Anderson had two assists. Josh Humphrey was in goal. The Blades, who had Ethan Herndier in goal, got three goals from Pierce Huser and one from Dawson Reid. Spencer Shyiak and Liam Rose scored three goals each to lead the Bullets to a 13 3 victory over the Ice Hawks on Saturday at Valleyview Arena. Ferguson. Alexander Viventi was in goal. The Ice Hawks, who had Dreyden Cloutier in goal, got goals from Liam Edstrom, Braeden Bartlett and Ethan Hardy. The Bullets, with Viventi again in goal, then beat the Kodiaks, 6 5. Hofmann and Rose each scored twice, with Williams and Shyiak adding one each. The Kodiaks, with Jarod Flodstrom in goal, got two goals from Domenic Comita and singles from Nolan Virgo, Luigi Comita and Tristen Bahnsen. ATOM DEVELOPMENT The Western Roofing Spitfires won two OMAHA games on the weekend, edging the host Vernon WolfPack 8 7 on Saturday and beating the Salmon Arm Silvertips 6 4 at Brock Arena on Sunday. Keaton Dell got the winner Saturday, scoring with 1:53 left in the third period. Noah Bradley, Josh Van Unen and Cole Howaniec each scored twice for the Spitfires, with Jayden Russell getting the other. Kaden Dempsey had four assists, with Harrison Ewert getting two. Nathan Nesci was in goal. On Sunday, Van Unen had two goals and two assists, with Howaniec, Dempsey, Russell and Elessio Louvros also scoring. Bailey Monteith got the goaltending victory. The 7 Point Millworks Jets played to a 4 4 with host Kelowna No. 1. Zane Ferguson, Jacob Proulx, Alek Erichuk and Carter Adams scored for the Jets, who split their goaltending between Elijah Joly and Taylor Kaban. BANTAM HOUSE Brady Georget and Ty Nielsen each scored twice on Sunday, helping the Warriors to a 6 3 victory over the North Stars. Lance Martin and Antonio Guido added singles for the winners, who had Sage Deneault in goal. Jake Barron, Brenden Bickert and Jeff Swarts replied for the North Stars, who went with Justin Somerville in goal. MIDGET RECREATION The Autobots finished tied for third in a local tournament on the weekend. They opened with an 8 0 victory over Semiahmoo, with Logan Van Damme, the game MVP, scoring three times and setting up two others. Brody Osborne added a goal and four assists, with Justin Bartella scoring twice. Troy Polson and Chad McQueen added a goal each. Kamloops then beat Williams Lake 12 2 as Polson scored three times. Osborne, the game MVP, had a goal and two assists, with Bartella getting a goal and three helpers. Dallas Stachoski, with two, McQueen, Van Damme, Rylan Spence, Zach Gottfriedson and Blair Hardman also scored. In their final round robin game, the Autobots beat the Hope Wildcats, 7 0. Duncan Chisholm, the game MVP, and Van Damme each had a goal and three assists. Polson and Lucas Kemp each had two goals. Osborne added a single and Morgan Sakaki Hodder had two assists. The Autobots then lost a 3 2 shootout decision to Semiahmoo in a semifinal game. Osborne had two goals and Bartella, the game MVP, had two assists. Michael Clements and Austin Peel shared the Autobots’ goaltending duties throughout the tournament. MIDGET TIER 2 The North Kamloops Elks swept a first round best of three series from Kelowna on the weekend. On Friday night, the Elks posted a 3 2 overtime victory. Eric Heichert tied the game at 2 2 with 4.8 seconds left to play in the third period and Jake Latin won it in the second overtime period with his second goal of the game. Nolan Munden was in goal. On Saturday, the Elks posted a 6 4 victory. Dustin Vasil and Monty Chisholm, each with two, Colton Griffith and Eric Nachtigal had the goals, while Latin had two assists. Riley Woodland got the call in goal. MIDGET TIER 1 Jordan Lengel had a goal and two assists Friday, leading the North Kamloops Lions to a 4 1 victory over Vernon. Adam Struch, Bobby Kashuba and Marshall Sidwell each had a goal, while Cole McCaskill and Jacob Coelho each had two assists. Kyle Michalovsky was in goal. On Saturday, the Lions dropped a 4 3 decision to visiting POE. Colin Rintoul, Steve Rintoul and Coelho each had a goal, while Tyrell Hamer Jackson was in goal. The Lions will face Vernon in the first round of playoffs that open this weekend. BANTAM TIER 1 The Jardine’s Blazers edged the Okanagan Hockey Academy 5 4 in Penticton on Saturday. Addison Bazian scored the Blazers’ last three goals, with Dante Caillier and Alex Winters adding one each. Nick Chyzowski had three assists, while Josh Shank was in goal. FEMALE MIDGET Kamloops team No. 1 lost in the semifinal of a tournament in Penticton on the weekend. Kamloops opened with a 3 1 victory over Meadow Ridge, with the goals coming from Morgan Nowoczin, Sydney Harris and Kala Stone. Kamloops then got a goal from Harris in a 1 1 tie with Penticton. Next up, Chanel Kruz scored twice as Kamloops beat Kelowna, 2 1. In the semifinal,
Kelowna beat Kamloops 2 1 in a shootout. Sam Hoffbeck had the Kamloops goal. Alex Harpauer was in goal for all the Kamloops games.